Lincoln Center presents this provocative mashup of 'Waiting for Godot' and the Exodus saga, which exposes the unquestionable human spirit of young black men who dream about a promised land they've yet to find. More…
In 'Pass Over' Moses and Kitch stand around on the corner - talking smack, passing the time, and hoping that today a miracle will come. The film version of 'Pass Over,' directed by Spike Lee, will premiere at this winter’s Sundance Film Festival.
See it if A though provoking picture of the dreams and hopes of inner city youth and the reality of their everyday lives
Don't see it if You are bothered by unpleasant reality in actions and speech
See it if You like an absorbing drama about today’s racial issues with no easy answers, evoking Cain and Abel, Of Mice and Men, Little Re Riding Hood.
Don't see it if You can’t deal with racial conflict.
See it if You want a clever play, brilliantly acted that's very relevant to our time.
Don't see it if You want a light breezy night at the theatre. You'll leave this play with a lot on your mind.
See it if you want to see a forward thinking, well-written, wonderfully acted look at a very important subject.
Don't see it if loud noises and tension ruin your experience at the theatre.
See it if You are open to experiencing the world of outcasts with few resources and meager hopes.
Don't see it if You think people who are living on the street get what they deserve.
See it if you crave riveting, enlightening theater. Acting/staging are top-notch; script deserves a Pulitzer. 3 male actors; female writer & director.
Don't see it if you only like comedies/musicals or you lack humanity. PO is important and moving. Waiting For Godot in 2018 America. Nwandu is a genius.
See it if Brave portrayal of black male identity opposing white male aggression. Does The Dream apply to all? Trayvon Martin looms as another lurks.
Don't see it if Excessive use (213) of a certain slur bandied about to distraction. Emotionally charged and resonant, but woefully written poorly.Polarising
See it if Can handle 90 intense, raw, topical, absurdist, profanity-filled mins that retells Waiting 4 Godot w black youth. If so, will blow you away.
Don't see it if Subject inc multi-use of N word not 4 you. NOT an easy play w religious themes & bleak picture, but their friendship is tender, funny, real.
Also Saw this at the Claire Tow Theater early previews, June 2018.
See it if you want to see an absurdist look at the dead-end life faced by young black men in urban America.
Don't see it if you have trouble with frequent use of the N word or are looking for a light comedy.
Also It's uneven but at its best moments absolutely riveting.
See it if you want a fascinating look at life in the era of the Black Lives Matter movement. Play has a lot to say but felt pretentious & overblown
Don't see it if you want a concise, clear, thoughtful look at the current state of race relations.I'm not a fan of the style of this play.Too artsy.
See it if you want to see a small play that is surprising and unexpectedly profound. It is short and the time flew by. Relevant examination of race.
Don't see it if you can’t tolerate excessive profanity including frequent n-word & many other crude expletives. You want to see something light & frivolous
See it if you care about your reality and go to the theatre not to escape the truth but to better perceive it; invested in human dignity and equality.
Don't see it if a story set "on the street," using slang and obscene language, may offend you; you dislike thinking plays; don't like a bit of surrealism.
See it if you want a great piece of acting that pulls you in and does not let go until the end, but has some confusing plots twists and symbology.
Don't see it if you want a straight forward story that fully explains the author's meaning so that the audience can understand.
See it if you want to see an important play that show the devastation that happens to a person when there is no hope.
Don't see it if you don't want to see a play dealing with the problems of black youth today.
See it if you are ready for an intense look at the racism that still permeates our society unraveled in a profound & allegorical way with great acting
Don't see it if if you can't accept the constant use of the n word between two young black men who try to dream and hang onto hope of a better life.